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How a Resort Town Became an Abandoned Toxic Wasteland
02:12 — In the 1960s, the Salton Sea was home to a thriving resort town frequented by celebrities like Frank Sinatra and the Beach Boys. Today, it is a ghost (more…)
The Intense War Between the Modoc Tribe and the U.S.
02:27 — The struggle for local Native American tribes of California to hold on to their lands came to a head at Lava Beds National Monument, in 1873. There, 6 (more…)
Do You Know What the Hollywood Sign Originally Said?
02:06 — The famous Hollywood sign was built in 1923--but not to publicize the growing film industry. In fact, it was constructed to advertise a new residentia (more…)
How the Brutal Trail of Tears Got Its Name
02:44 — The Indian Removal Act of 1830 resulted in the forced relocation of over 15,000 Cherokee people--a third of whom died during the journey to Oklahoma. (more…)
What Some of the Most Important Civil Rights Sites Look Like Today
03:07 — The Civil Rights movement was defined by seismic events that all took place in the South: the murder of Emmett Till, Rosa Parks refusing to leave her (more…)
Arizona's Jaw-Dropping Mile-Long Meteor Crater
01:06 — In the northern Arizona desert, an imposing-looking crater shows the impact of an ancient meteor crash. Until the 1960s, it was mistakenly believed to (more…)
The Law Behind the Great Plains' Giant Square Plots
01:35 — If you fly over the Great Plains today, giant squares of land immediately stand out. Many of these are the 160-acre plots forged out of the prairie by (more…)
Half of All North American Shorebirds Use This Rest Stop
01:21 — Cheyenne Bottoms is the nation's largest inland marsh, an area of over 60 square miles. It's also the favored resting spot of many species of migratin (more…)
Puerto Rico's #1 Crop Isn't Sugar, But It's Still Sweet
01:26 — Puerto Rico's agricultural economy was once dominated by sugar plantations. Today, the same fields hold everything from corn and rice to bananas, plan (more…)
This Puerto Rican Telescope Was Built in a Massive Sinkhole
01:56 — In 1958, the Pentagon wanted to build a 1,000-foot-long telescope for its ballistic missile program. They ended up building it inside a massive Puerto (more…)
Manhattan's Evolving Skyline
02:42 — The skyline of Manhattan grew drastically and rapidly through the early 20th Century. Even today, the iconic architecture is reinventing itself before (more…)
Pilgrims, Provincetown and Plymouth
02:20 — When they first arrived on the coastline, the Pilgrims anchored in Provincetown before crossing Cape Cod Bay and settling in the more sheltered haven (more…)
Niagara Falls
02:23 — Carved by the epic force of melting glacial ice, Niagara Falls instills awe in its visitors through its natural majesty and its raw power. From: AERI (more…)
Atlanta, Georgia
02:25 — From natural resources to national icons, Atlanta is adorned in history. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Georgia http://bitly.com/1iviC8j
Wine Does Just Fine in Oregon
01:16 — An explosion in the number of vineyards in Oregon proves that wet winters in the Willamette Valley produce quality wines. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Orego (more…)
The Battle of Port Hudson
02:32 — Five hundred passionate Civil War reenactors gather every year to live in period tents, wear costumes and play out every step of the little-known Batt (more…)
Connecticut: Sneak Peek
01:36 — From Huckleberry Finn to the Colt 45, Connecticut is the birthplace of iconic American images. Its citizens and college graduates have helped shape th (more…)
Autumn in the Air
01:58 — Take a journey over the fiery red foliage of fall and the covered bridges of Montgomery, Vermont. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Vermont http://bitly.com/1OFl (more…)
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
02:09 — Home to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and the legendary ride of Paul Revere, Portsmouth has earned its place in American history. From: AERIAL AMERIC (more…)
Vermont: Sneak Peek
01:40 — Soar above the peaks of the Green Mountains and the vast expanse of Lake Champlain. Discover the picturesque landscapes that have inspired great Ameri (more…)
Dreams Take Flight
01:46 — In a shining moment of American history, two brothers from Ohio put North Carolina on the map for being the place where they turned their fantasy of f (more…)
Anything but Humble: Hearst Castle
03:24 — Fly over the mansion William Randolph Hearst built and George Bernard Shaw deemed, "The place God would've built if he had the money." From: AERIAL A (more…)
What Do You Know About the Golden Gate Bridge?
02:59 — Our country's most iconic bridge stretches across one of the world's finest natural harbors. From: AERIAL AMERICA: California http://bitly.com/Aerial (more…)
Rebuilding New Orleans
02:55 — Since hurricane Katrina destroyed much of New Orleans, groups like Brad Pitt's Make it Right Foundation and Habitat for Humanity have rebuilt the home (more…)
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